September 23, 2013

Three Consecutive Murder Cases Won

  We are very proud of our court case out comes for the past few weeks. Our innocent clients had been charged with murder and we […]
September 16, 2013

Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. Clears Jason Elliot of Homicide Charge

    NOT GUILTYATTORNEY MARTIN E. REGAN, JR. CLEARS GRETNA MAN OF HOMICIDE CHARGE.On December 5, 2010, Carl Grant was gunned down by two assailants on […]
September 13, 2013

Covington Man found Not Guilty by a Jury of Selling Cocaine to a Confidential Informant.

Covington Man found Not Guilty by a Jury of Selling Cocaine to a Confidential Informant.Attorney Ravi G. ShahMr. Lanell Certain represented by Attorney Ravi G. Shah […]
August 26, 2013

Jason Hamilton Second Degree Murder Charges Dropped

“CHARGES AGAINST MY CLIENT HAVE BEEN DROPPED,” said Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr. On Friday, August 24, 213, Second Degree Murder charges against Jason Hamilton were […]
March 10, 2012
Kirby Hunter, his family and Martin E. Regan Jr.

New Orleans Man Acquitted of The Charge of Forcible Rape

False complaint left man in jail for 15 months. The jury acquitted Mr. Hunter of the charge of forcible rape after only one hour of deliberation.
January 9, 2012

First Not Guilty Verdict in 2012 returned in less than 19 minutes

District Attorney’s office charged the wrong man and imprisoned him for two years in an Orleans Parish jail for a crime he had not committed. Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr. secured a resounding victory for his client Mr. Brown with this first acquittal of 2012.
June 6, 2011

Jury in New Orleans rejects murder charges against two suspects

April 01, 2011. Attorney Martin E. Regan handed the Orleans Parish district attorney’s office a defeat when a Criminal District Court jury last week acquitted two […]
December 5, 2010

Defense lawyer stops indictment of 18-year-old falsely accused of robbery

  Houston, Tx. — Defense attorney Ceola McDonald ended a criminal court case before indictment on March 28, by presenting a packet to the Harris County […]
December 5, 2010

Hills Walks Free

Jerry Hills walked out of the parish jail a free man Tuesday afternoon after a 21st Judicial District grand jury refused to re-indict him for the rape and murder of 5-year-old Sadie Henderson.